Preview Of Coming Attractions

Laura Sanchez
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Councilor Sally Mayer’s substitute for her animal ordinance creates a 10-day “safe haven” grace period at city animal shelters before an animal is euthanized. (Wes Naman)
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Items on the short April 17 City Council agenda were deferred or withdrawn except for passage of a water authority bill and approval of a 20-unit condominium on South Broadway and a contract with H.D.R. Engineering for design work on a streetcar-light rail system. But two upcoming bills sent arguments echoing through the chamber.

Council President Martin Heinrich presented a proclamation to the SGI Buddhist Center, organizers of the Seeds of Change exhibit, a series of panels that were on display April 17 at UNM illustrating the principles of the Earth Charter. Check out the staggeringly sane document at

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